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  • Day 4: Jeff Garlin Too? Kicking Sugar Hot New Trend!

    Date: 2010.03.03 | Category: Celebrities | Response: 2

    “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” Jeff Garlin was on “Regis and Kelly” Wednesday talking about, what else? Quitting sugar!

    Garlin is overweight and a diabetic so he was super-motivated to go on an overall drastic diet – which included cutting out sweets.

    See story and video here

  • Day 4: Why is Ellen DeGeneres Copying ME?

    Date: 2010.03.03 | Category: Celebrities, Uncategorized | Response: 0

    Oops, I guess living in France has its drawbacks. I must be the last to know that Ellen De Generes started a “sugar cleanse” for the entire 2010 TV season. She started on Feb. 2 – which only makes me one month behind U.S. pop culture news.

    Ellen is doing it the hard-core way,giving up everything that has sugar in it which as you know is just about everything. Here’s a clip from her TV show on Feb. 2 talking about giving up sugar. Check out her video diary about her sugar-free journey here and watch the clip from her TV show on Feb. 2, the day she kicked it all off.

  • Day 4: Help On the Way with former Sugar Shrew Connie Bennett!

    Date: 2010.03.03 | Category: Uncategorized | Response: 1

    Who do you call in the middle of the night – OK, it’s not quite 11 p.m. here in France but I’d argue it’s always dark without sweets – when you’re thinking of slipping? Maybe sneaking out to buy a small bar of Milka chocolate? Like, who would really know, right? Just a small bar. One euro. What harm could it do?

    You call the Queen of the Sugar-Free of course. Connie Bennett!

    Connie, who sometimes calls herself “Sugar Shrew No More” presides over an empire helping people kick sugar.

    Her HQ is her Sugar Shock website and she has a book, a blog – and about 900 other cunning and insidious ways to help you kick the habit.

    Tomorrow – Day 5 – Connie is going to coach me by telephone from Chicago as I bitch and whine my way through my first candy-free week.

    I’ll be interviewing her as well. My planned opening salvo?

    “Connie, I’m not even sure I really do want to quit. A year – or a lifetime – without sweets? Who I am kidding? Who are you kidding?”

    I’ll be posting the coaching session and interview online tomorrow.

    P.S. I did not go buy that Milka chocolate bar. Yet


  • Day 4: I Hate Everyone

    Date: 2010.03.03 | Category: Uncategorized | Response: 0

    Wait, is that too harsh?

    OK, I hate only certain people – everyone I ran into today on a rainy, windy miserable day in the south of France (yes we have those kinds of days here.) I had to deal some bureaucrats and doctors and it was an exercise in frustration – trying to solve problems and being blamed for said problems.

    Was it someone, um, French who said, “Hell is other people?” Merci bien, Jean-Paul Sartre.

    Victim much? Today, yes! And I felt sorry for myself which I almost never, ever do. It was the kind of day that started off on a bad foot (literally, see above doctor reference) and just got worse.

    Coincidentally, today was also my fourth day of going without eating candy, cookies, ice cream, cake or… anything fun.

    In other news, I’ve been ironing my hair shirt and it looks very chic on me as I lie on my bed of nails and read literature from Opus Dei. I like to get a good night’s sleep after spooning down my thin gruel, chewing on a crust of dark stale bread and downing my thimbleful of wheatgrass juice.

    I mean, what else is there to when you can’t have what you want?

    And what do I want? So glad you asked.

    And what do I want some of the above spooned onto?

    Guess what I am having instead? At this very moment I am drinking a large glass of water containing a fizzy orange tablet of magnesium. What, no castor oil chaser? Cod liver oil a la mode?

    Good times!

    Anyway, the magnesium is to help the sugar cravings which I have every day.

    As you can see, the honeymoon is officially over with a mere 361 days to go in my Year Without Candy. I so felt that void today. Trying to kick sugar is worse when you’re running around and the weather is crap and people are annoying.

    I wanted to go to the tabacs, newsstands, kiosks that are everywhere and just pop a Mars bar to take the edge off. I almost felt the void today where candy would usually be more than the craving for candy itself.

    I don’t like the void.

    But I haven’t had any candy or sweets yet. Yet.

    Damn, I really am taking on water.


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This American candy addict/journalist in France writes about quitting candy – and all desserts – for at least one year beginning Feb. 28, 2010. Follow my progress – or relapses – as I delete candy corn, moelleux au chocolat, peppermint patties, Carambars, tarte tatin, After Eights, crème brûlée, Nutella, tapioca pudding, mint chocolate chip ice cream, Haribo Polkas, M & Ms and more from my life. Learn about the evils of white sugar and its effects on mood and health from my interviews with experts and friends! Let the sugar fog lift!

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